Now that they XJT must report its city-pair data to the DOT if someone is bored feel free to look up the info to see what markets might be working better then others both load and yield wise.
ExpressJet Reports November 2007 Performance
HOUSTON, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ExpressJet Holdings today announced traffic and capacity results for November 2007 for its ExpressJet Airlines subsidiary. The results include statistics for both contract and branded operations. The contract operation consists of flying for Continental Airlines and Delta Air Lines under capacity purchase agreements and ExpressJet's charter service. The branded operation includes flying under the ExpressJet name and pro-rate flying for Delta Air Lines.
During the month, ExpressJet revenue passenger miles (RPM) under contract flying totaled 670 million and available seat miles (ASM) flown were 869 million. ExpressJet's November load factor was 77.1%. The company flew 60,291 block hours and operated 32,043 departures during the month.
During the month, ExpressJet branded RPMs totaled 167 million on 272 million ASMs, resulting in a November load factor of 61.4%. The company flew 15,675 block hours and operated 8,148 departures during the month. The average stage length in the branded operation was 669 miles.